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In Edison’s LightCelebrating the legendary inventor and his ever-brilliant bulbs
The soft glow of filaments, encased in hand-blown glass.
Lightbulbs, so essential to our electrified lives, were once just a futuristic dream. Until 1879, when Thomas Edison developed the first long-burning bulbs. Setting off a revolution that would change the way we light our lives. And now, as advances in fluorescents allow for lookalike alternatives to the incandescent originals, their throwback glow is ever eco-friendlier. So find retro radiance—via LEDs or filaments—in a collection that honors Edison’s brilliance.
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